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November 30, 2018, Vol. 36, No. 23

Neither stocks, nor bonds, nor things

News that, in the year through mid-November, 90% of the dollar-denominated asset classes monitored by Deutsche Bank delivered a loss, the worst such showing since the start of the 20th century, leaves Wall Street with certitudes to discard, expectations to reset, portfolios to rebuild.

Meeting of the minds

The New York Times and Donald Trump have at last found common ground.

Massive oil spill

Just why the price of West Texas intermediate has taken a 29% header is a mystery. But as clear as day are the bargains on offer among energy-sector equities.

Don't bank on it

If there were a corporate epitome of today’s frenzied finance, a certain leveraged, unicorn-sustaining, fashion-forward conglomerate would be the one.

Words to live by

“The public is well advised to be on high alert,” advises an Asian monetary authority. Excellent advice for speculators in the world’s most overvalued real estate market.

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